Well have to wait and see how the studies goes I guess.
I think what Rudolph quoted is pretty conclusive, IMO, especially these:
it refers to jubilees occurring every 100 years rather than every fifty as was the case in the early Christian epoch (changed to 100 years intervals in 14th century)
- uses the fourth century Latin vulgate translation of the Bible (challenging for first century author)
It was obviously written after the fact.
What I don't understand is how this Jesus dude is popping up in lost books and books that are not known.
I think the answer is obvious- there is an official religion, you want this other religion to be recognized, so you quote the central figure as 'seeing' the new one as prophecy- it's the oldest trick in the book. Literally.
And he can only be found in books of storys but can't be found as an actual person.
You can say the same about any historical figure, except maybe for members of royalty whose bones are preserved. So that really doesn't mean anything.
I really wana be in the days where it all started and understand what's theses people were doing. That's what I hate about theses ancients and there Religious beliefs. What we need is a divine book that will show up infront of us (worldwide) and show us what's really going on. We really do need a modern up todate divine book =/
There are many 'new' spiritual books. But like any other channeled material, you're going to read a mixture of what they've seen/heard mixed with their previous beliefs. So unless you get a time machine, good luck with that.